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CHRCR Urge Political Parties to Monitor Activities, Performance of Candidates and Elected Representatives

Conscience for Human Rights and Conflict Resolution (CHRCR) has called on political parties to continuously build the capacity and monitor the activities and...

Legislative Governance and Social Justice in Nigeria by Idris Miliki

Since a new civilian government was inaugurated in Nigeria in May 1999, there have been various efforts by local and international Civil Society Organizations and...

Vote Buying: CHRCR Berate Nigerian Political Parties for Turning Electorate Into Commodities 

The Executive Director, Conscience for Human Rights and Conflict Resolution (CHRCR), Comrade Idris Abdul Miliki has blamed political parties in Nigeria for...

Violent Conflicts and Sustainable Democracy in Nigeria by Idris Miliki

There are unavoidable, social, economic and political implications of the periodic eruption of violence in Nigeria. The truth is that the occurrence of persistent social...

Investigation of Crime, Search and Seizure, Community Policing and Human Rights Violation; Strategies for Cordial Police-Citizens Relations

INTRODUCTION: Every State made of individual organized in a defined territory is expected to pursue the common welfare of the people and maintain law and order. Indeed....

Ban on Charcoal: Kogi Govt Not in Tune With Realities in the State – Activist

The Executive Director of Conscience for Human Rights and Conflict Resolution (CHRCR), Comrade Idris Miliki Abdul, has picked holes in the recent ban on production of...

2023 Polls: Okun Women, This is Your Time – Miliki

Women in Okun land, Kogi West senatorial district, have called upon to play active and decisive roles in the much anticipated 2023 general elections. The Executive...

Where Do We Go From Here?: A Critique of Yahaya Bello’s 6 Years in Office as Governor of Kogi State by CHRCR

The impotency of the present administration in Kogi state to effectively control the market forces in order to tackle the fundamental problems of massive unemployment,...

CHRCR Chides Kogi Assembly Over Continued Failure to Conduct Public Hearing on 2022 Budget

Rallies CSOs, Media on Anti-Corruption, Transparency The Conscience for Human Rights and Conflict Resolution (CHRCR) has commended journalists in Kogi state for stepping...

Idris Miliki Abdul: Celebrating an Irrepressible Activist at 56

Kogi state is yet to build a reputation for sustained agitations and activism among other states in the country. Recent mass movements in Nigeria like the 2012...